Webinars for the aged care sector

We host webinars on various topics relevant to the aged care sector. See what's coming up or watch past webinars. You do not need to RSVP for live webinars and there's no limit to the number of participants who can attend.

Upcoming webinars


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Previous webinars


  • Grant Opportunity: Improving respite care for people with dementia and their carers

    This webinar is for aged care providers interested in applying for a grant opportunity, which aims to improve respite care for people with dementia and their carers.
  • Quarterly Financial Report Webinar: Quarter 2

    From 1 January 2023, approved providers will be able to submit their Quarterly Financial Report (QFR) for the second quarter of the 2022-23 financial year. To help aged care providers prepare, the department is hosting a QFR quarter 2 webinar to provide updated information and an opportunity for Q&A
  • Reforming in-home aged care update – 7 December 2022

    This webinar is for older Australians, their families and carers, and the aged care sector. It provides an update on the feedback we received on a new program for in-home aged care discussion paper. The webinar outlines the next steps for the reforms.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 6 December 2022

    The speakers at this webinar discussed aged care reform and how our digital transformation initiative is changing aged care IT networks. Other topics covered included an update from our partners at the Australia Digital Health Agency (ADHA) and information on the new Star Ratings solution.
  • Capping Home Care Package Administration and Management Charges – 1 December 2022

    This webinar is for Home Care Package providers. It will provide an update on pricing changes commencing 1 January 2023.
  • Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) update – November 2022

    The Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) commenced on 1 October 2022. This webinar provides the aged care sector with the latest information on the AN-ACC funding model, care minutes and 24/7 nursing.
  • Employer Engagement webinars – Expanding the aged care workforce through Australian Apprenticeships (Traineeships)

    This webinar covered the Australian Apprenticeships (Traineeships) available to residential aged care, home care and Commonwealth Home Support Programme providers to help develop new workers and advance the skills of current aged care workers.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 25 October 2022

    The Department of Health and Aged Care's Digital Transformation agenda is working to create a better-connected aged care network, that is consolidated, sustainable, automated, and modern. We are inviting the sector to join us for an ongoing conversation. You will have a chance to ask questions.
  • Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme grant opportunity – Industry briefing

    The Community Visitors Scheme is being expanded and will be renamed the Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme (ACVVS) from 01 July 2023. The webinar included a presentation about the ACVVS model and provided information and advice around the online funding application.
  • Launch of the Aged Care Quality Standards Public Consultation

    The Aged Care Quality Standards are being urgently reviewed to address recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. This webinar launches public consultation on a new, revised standards. Hear about the review, draft strengthened standards and how to have your say.

How to watch a webinar

Each webinar will include details on how to watch it. 

  1. Find the webinar you want to watch and click on the title.
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